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Gospel Light Minute X with Daniel Whyte III

Summary: Daniel Whyte III is a full-time evangelist by calling. Through the Gospel Light Minute, his main aim is to present a short, clear, understandable presentation of the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ which saved him over 30 years ago.

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 Whyte House Family Devotions: Prayer for the Family, Church, Nation & World #78 (8/7/17) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3689

My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, everyday ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together and it is the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. Sometimes our devotions would last 3 or 4 hours. So if you see 45 minutes to an hour, don't be shocked. That is an abridgement. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don’t have a family to pray with, who don’t have a spouse, who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still in tact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I’m facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children’s cases about something they’re doing. Don’t be shocked; this is real life. George Whitefield said, “It it is the duty of every head of a family and household to take care, that not only he himself, but also that those committed to his charge, ‘serve the Lord.’ I don’t know what excuse men who neglect their duty in this matter, can plead for such an omission.” DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 49:1-5 DEVOTIONAL READING: “Prayer in the Father’s House,” by Oswald Chambers

 Jesus Reveals the Laws of Supreme Blessing, Part 12 (Just Jesus Evangelistic Campaign, Day 185 since Jan. 20, 2017 / Day 552 since Jan. 1, 2016) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1875

TEXT: Matthew 5:1-12 As we close out this series on the laws of supreme blessing based on Jesus' beatitudes, we are going to look at the type of attitude a Christian should have as he lives according to the principles contained in these laws. These are not principles endorsed or applauded by the world. In fact, you may be shunned and ridiculed for living in this manner. But Jesus promises a life of supreme blessing for those who are poor (or humble) in spirit, those who mourn over sin (especially their sin), those who are meek, those who hunger and thirst after righteousness, those who are merciful, those who are pure in heart, those who are peacemakers, and those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake.

 How to Overcome Temptation, Part 55 (Onward Christian Soldiers Discipleship Class #179) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2202

Hebrews 13:4 In light of this passage, we must remain aware of the fact that marriage, holy institution created by God, is facing decline on many fronts. We can be tempted to chalk up these changes to the seismic shifts of culture. But, accompanying these shifts is increased sexual immorality which is causing pain and heartache for many individuals both inside and outside of the church. The Bible says, "Marriage is honorable in all," and we have a responsibility to remind the world of its value.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: Prayer for the Family, Church, Nation & World #77 (8/6/17): “What Drives You? (Part 10)” from “The Purpose Driven Life,” by Rick Warren | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2644

My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, everyday ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together and it is the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don’t have a family to pray with, who don’t have a spouse, who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still in tact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I’m facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children’s cases about something they’re doing. Don’t be shocked; this is real life. Jonathan Edwards said, “The Christian family is a little church and commonwealth by itself, and the head of the family has more advantage in his little community to promote religion than ministers have in the congregation.” DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 48:8-14 DEVOTIONAL READING: “What Drives You? (Part 10)” from “The Purpose Driven Life,” by Rick Warren

 The Free State of Glory (Part 34) -- The Reward of Believers: 5 Heavenly Crowns, Part 1 (Second Coming Chapel) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2734

TEXT: Revelation 22:10-13 In our last message, we looked at Jesus' proclamation that He is coming quickly and that He is bringing rewards with Him for His saints. The Bible does not go into great detail regarding the rewards that are in store for believers. However, there are five crowns that are mentioned specifically in the New Testament which believers can look forward to and ought to strive to obtain.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Family, the Church, the Nation and the World #76 (08/05/17): "Know God and Be Strong," by A.W. Tozer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2028

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world. Help us pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation. Jess Wolstenholm said, "Gone are the days when most families can spend an hour together each day. But these five steps allow you to take 5-10 minutes each day with your family: (1) Prepare your heart -- put away distractions, gather, pray, and consider the Biblical topic you want to explore. (2) Learn from the Word -- choose a Bible verse or passage to focus on. (3) Ask questions -- discuss the verse together as a family. (4) Name the truth -- discover the truth God wants you to take away from that passage. (5) Take action -- think of ways you can put God’s truth into action that day." + DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 48:1-7 + DEVOTIONAL READING: "Know God and Be Strong," by A.W. Tozer My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, every day ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family, and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together, and the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don't have a family to pray with, who don't have a spouse, or who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still intact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I'm facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children's cases about something they're doing. Don't be shocked; this is real life.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Family, the Church, the Nation and the World #75 (08/04/17): "Heart Perception," by A. W. Tozer | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3075

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world. Help us pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation. Charles Spurgeon said, "If there be such a Church in our house, let us order it well, and let all act as in the sight of God. Let us move in the common affairs of life with studied holiness, diligence, kindness, and integrity. More is expected of a Church than of an ordinary household; family worship must, in such a case, be more devout and hearty; internal love must be more warm and unbroken, and external conduct must be more sanctified and Christlike. Let us be cheerful and happy at family worship. In your private devotions you should also 'serve the Lord with gladness.'" + DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 47:5-9 + DEVOTIONAL READING: "Heart Perception," by A. W. Tozer My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, every day ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family, and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together, and the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don't have a family to pray with, who don't have a spouse, or who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still intact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I'm facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children's cases about something they're doing. Don't be shocked; this is real life.

 The Literal View of Hell, Part 8 (Theology of Eternal Damnation in Hell #18) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 949

The Bible says in Revelation 21:8: "But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death." The featured quote for this episode is from Vance Havner. He said, "When I pastored a country church, a farmer didn't like the sermons I preached on hell. He said, ‘Preach about the meek and lowly Jesus.’ I said, ‘That's where I got my information about hell.’" Our topic for today is "The Literal View of Hell (Part 8)" from Dr. John Walvoord.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Family, the Church, the Nation and the World #74 (08/03/17): "The Compelling Purpose of God," by Oswald Chambers | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2661

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world. Help us pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation. Matthew Henry said, "They that pray in the family do well; they that pray and read the Scriptures do better; but they that pray, and read, and sing do best of all." + DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 47:1-4 + DEVOTIONAL READING: "The Compelling Purpose of God," by Oswald Chambers My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, every day ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family, and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together, and the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don't have a family to pray with, who don't have a spouse, or who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still intact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I'm facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children's cases about something they're doing. Don't be shocked; this is real life.

 Church Guidelines for Prophesying, Praying, and Speaking in Tongues, Part 7 (Praying Through the Bible #256) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3122

TEXT: 1 Corinthians 14:1-23 We are in a series of messages titled "Praying Through the Bible: A Series on Every Passage and Verse Regarding Prayer in the Bible." The purpose of this series is to encourage and motivate you to pray to the God of the Bible. We highlighted each of these over 500 verses and passages in the Prayer Motivator Devotional Bible. So far, we have completed 255 messages in this series.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Family, the Church, the Nation and the World #73 (08/02/17): "What Drives Your Life? (Part 9)" by Rick Warren | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2298

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world. Help us pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation. William Detweiler told of a prison chaplain who did a survey of 1,700 inmates in one institution. He discovered that only one man out of the 1,700 persons came from a home where they had a daily old fashioned family altar -- and later this same man was pardoned because it was found that he was innocent of the crime with which he had been charged. + DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 46:6-11 + DEVOTIONAL READING: "What Drives Your Life? (Part 9)" from "The Purpose Driven Life," by Rick Warren My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, every day ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family, and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together, and the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don't have a family to pray with, who don't have a spouse, or who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still intact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I'm facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children's cases about something they're doing. Don't be shocked; this is real life.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: A Prayer for the Family, the Church, the Nation and the World #72 (08/01/17): "Come Glean Today," by Charles Spurgeon | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2343

Join us in prayer for our families, the church, America, and the world. Help us pray for the revival of the family, the revival of the church, and the awakening of the nation. Harry Bicknell said, "There is no magic formula for doing family devotions. There are as many different ways to do devotions as there are unique families and individuals. You do not need to have a Bible college degree or seminary training to lead family devotions. The important thing is to begin to ask questions and get your children talking about God and faith." + DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 46:1-5 + DEVOTIONAL READING: "Come Glean Today," by Charles Spurgeon My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, every day ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family, and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together, and the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don't have a family to pray with, who don't have a spouse, or who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still intact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I'm facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children's cases about something they're doing. Don't be shocked; this is real life.

 Adam Wainwright Found True Faith in Christ Outside of the Church (Gospel Light Minute #227) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 551

He is the starting pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals. He was selected in the first round during the 2000 draft by the Atlanta Braves. As a sharp player in the minor leagues, the Braves thought him to be one of their top pitching prospects. Although in 2003, they traded him to the Cardinals, he made his debut in 2005. Over the course of his career, he earned multiple top-ten finishes including in strikeouts and complete games. He has won over 100 games and earned two Rawlings Gold Glove Awards as well as three All-Star Selections. He won the World Series with the Cardinals in 2006. He grew up in a single-parent Christian home with his mother and older brother. While he went to church and to Vacation Bible School, he did not accept Christ during that time. He said, "I am a true testament that just because you grew up in church does not mean you are a Christian or believer. I had doubts and was always questioning. Not that I didn't believe in God, [but] I wasn't listening to anything He wanted to tell me, and I was not ready to have Him in my life." He went on to say, "In 2002, my good friend, Blaine Boyer, and my agent, Steve Hammond, encouraged me to go to Pro Athletes Outreach meetings and to get some questions answered. I had several friends who were believers who said to get involved and search out what you believe. I took that as a sign and that I should figure out one way or another whether I am destined to believe or not believe. In doing that process, I really came to know the Lord. I made that leap of faith to accept Christ as my Savior." "Christ has changed my life dramatically in that I (now) try to see everything with a pair of godly glasses or lenses. I know Christ has made me a better husband and parent. I know God is watching me all the time, so I know I have that accountability all the time. He is in the room with me no matter what I am doing. My life means nothing to me unless I carry out the work given to me by God, the work of telling others the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and God's mighty kindness and love." His name is Adam Wainwright.

 Hey, Mister "Preacher," I Can Tell You Where God Is (Gospel Light Minute X #282) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1115

Meet Jesse Custer. A man who cuts all ties to his life of crime and returns to dusty Annville, Texas, to take over his father's church. His goal is to "save this town." Played by Dominic Cooper, he is the main character of AMC's "Preacher," the comic book-based show, also starring Ruth Negga and Joseph Gilgun, that just began its second season. As a young pastor, Jesse Custer, commonly called "Preacher", struggles with the demands the church people place on him. He struggles to keep attracting visitors as a megachurch starts up nearby. But, most of all, he struggles with knowing whether or not God is really present, whether he is hearing from God, and whether he is telling people what God wants them to hear. However, he isn't the only one in Annville who wants to know where God is.

 Whyte House Family Devotions: Prayer for the Family, Church, Nation & World #71 (7/31/17) | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3468

My family and I have had morning devotions, or family altar as some people call it, everyday ever since my wife, Meriqua, and I were married 30 years ago. We have prayed and read the Bible together as well as other devotional books as a family and it is the only reason why this family has stayed together and it is the only reason why God has blessed our family and used our family in ministry all of these years. We read Ephesians 5 and 6 every morning as it relates to the role of each member of the family and how that we need to put on the whole armor of God to fight against the devil who is seeking to destroy our family and all Christian families, churches, and Christians. So, now after 30 years of doing this in our home, we are opening this up to others who don’t have a family to pray with, who don’t have a spouse, who are single by choice, and to encourage all families who are still in tact to go back to the family altar and have devotions together every morning. In these devotions, you may hear me deal with a temptation I’m facing in my life, you may hear me rebuke my wife about not doing what she should be doing, or you may hear me get on one of my children’s cases about something they’re doing. Don’t be shocked; this is real life. Kenneth Kuykendall said, “A family altar will alter your family. One of the most important things you can do to secure the spiritual atmosphere in your home is establish a place and time of corporate prayer. Place this time together with your family as a top priority and stick to it. Allow your home to become your sanctuary.” DEVOTIONAL PASSAGE: PSALM 45:10-17 DEVOTIONAL READING: “Faith and Fiction,” by A. W. Tozer

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